2012-13: First Team All-State and Second Team All-NESCAC selection…. Ranked fourth in the NESCAC in scoring average, as well as fourth in the league in assists per game (3.3) and 16th in rebounds per game (5.6)….. Ranked 17th in the country in 3FG% (.416) and 22nd in 3FG made per game (2.67), while ranking second and first in those respective categories within the NESCAC…. Didn’t miss a game and led the NESCAC in minutes played per game, at 34.7. During one particularly shorthanded stretch of Bates’ injury-riddled season, Beaulieu only came off the floor for six of a possible 325 minutes over seven games…. Set Bates team records for threes in a career (206) and season (64).
2011-12: Played in all 24 games, making 16 starts and averaging 9.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game…. Ranked 20th in the NESCAC in scoring, 13th in field goal percentage (.407), ninth in 3-point field goal percentage (.347) and fifth in threes made per game (1.71).
2010-11: Played in all 25 of Bates’ games and led the Bobcats in scoring, with 11.3 points per game…. Pulled down 4.2 rebounds per game and dished out 2.5 assists per game, third-best on the team in both categories…. Ranked ninth in the NESCAC in scoring, sixth in three-point field goal percentage (.402), and second in three-pointers made per game (2.04).
2009-10: Named to the All-Rookie Team by the Maine Women’s Basketball Coaches Association…. Scored 12.0 points per game to rank second on the Bobcats and 10th in the NESCAC — tops among all league rookies…. Hit 51 of 127 three-point shots for a .391 percentage…. Played in all 26 of Bates’ games, making 20 starts…. Ranked eighth in the conference in field goal percentage (.453), sixth in three-point field goal percentage and fifth in threes per game (1.92)…. Named NESCAC Player of the Week on Jan. 11, 2010.
High School: National Honor Society…. Member of Mentors and Violence Prevention (MVP) Program…. Lettered in basketball for four years…. Basketball captain for two years…. Three time NEC All-Star…. NEC MVP 2009…. Awarded Massachusetts All-State Northeast for basketball.